Boxing legend Frank Bruno beat torrential rain to climb Ben Nevis on Sunday, just weeks after a bout of pneumonia left him “fearing the worst”. After the “evil” eight-hour hike up the Scottish mountain Frank, 57, said he could not wait to have a bath and a Guinness. The ex-world heavyweight champ said: “It was nasty, going up was evil. It was just up, up, up, up. “Even coming down was ruthless. It is not very nice at all, but it is for a very good cause. “I’m looking forward to a bath and a massage. “I don’t want to sit down for too long because I won’t be able to stand up again.” Frank was joined by almost 40 other walkers to raise £22,000 for his mental health foundation.